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Re: Possible Bug with \numericTimeSignature

From: David Kastrup
Subject: Re: Possible Bug with \numericTimeSignature
Date: Tue, 13 May 2014 09:39:34 +0200
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Keith OHara <address@hidden> writes:

> Joshua Nichols <josh.d.nichols <at>> writes:
>> global = {
>>   \key c \major
>>   \numericTimeSignature
> It is a bug, but you can fix this one yourself if you like.
> In '' the definition is
> numericTimeSignature = \override = #'numbered
> but we want it to apply to the entire Score, not just one Staff.

I am skeptical regarding this claim since there are various kinds of
Staff.  For example, if you do

\new MensuralStaff {
     \key c \major
     \time 4/4

for better or worse the expectation will be to have a numeric time
signature in the mensural staff.  An override at Score level will not
actually show any effect since MensuralStaff has a local override of its
own taking precedence.

David Kastrup

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